I don’t really know. I doubt it. But the next time you hear or read that Trump is a Nazi remember the source probably affirms these things:
1. Darwinian Materialism
2. Anti Christianity
3. Some form of existentialism (Like Nihilism)
4. Government control of all resources, businesses, university, etc.
5. Pro euthanasia (abortion included)
6. Anti Semitism
The last one seems strange but it also probably applies:
a) pro Palestine
b) anti Zionism
c) anti religion = anti both Muslims and Orthodox Jews, but for whatever reason Islam is allied with and defended (the Nazis were allied with Muslims based on ideological agreement)
d) refering to Trump as a Nazi undermines and ridicules the Shoah, this is a form of racism by implication, the same thing happens when Atlantic Chattel Slavery is compared to the Shoah or genocide in the Americas, the Shoah wasn’t necessarily the worst atrocity in world history but the intentional murder of 6 million Jews simply can’t be compared to enslavement or the conquering of the Americas (there are areas of overlap but they simply aren’t the same kind of thing). The person who claims that Atlantic chattel slavery was worse because it lasted longer and effected more lives in the long run is implying that death is better than life (which is a fundamental part of contemporary progressive values) and that the Shoah was merciful by comparison. It’s better not to compare and allow the specific sufferings of different groups to be what they are.
In other words the person claiming Trump is a Nazi probably has far more in common with the actual Nazis than Trump. I mean look at those beliefs! And these aren’t incidental beliefs, these are bedrock essential progressive beliefs.
Trump maybe racist but until someone shows me that his worldview has that much in common with Hitler’s (basically he’d have to become a progressive) the claim that he’s a Nazi or even Nazi like seems foolish.